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Film Review: "The Holiday" (2006) ★★★★★

There is always a positive energy, light and warm feelings coming from any character created by Nancy Meyers. However, none of them manage to raise a festive spirit like it happens after watching “The Holiday” with Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Jack Black and incomparable Eli Wallach. 418 more words

Movie Reviews

THE HOLIDAY (2006): Good At Christmas & Any Other Time The Mood Strikes

Set in England and L.A during the festive season, The Holiday stars Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Jack Black and Cameron Diaz.

Written and directed by Nancy Meyers, the stories of the four main and very relatable characters is beautifully told and features just the perfect musical score by the one and only… 69 more words


Aniston of the Week: She's the One

We’re six weeks into our Aniston investigation and it turns out there’s a lot of the nineties still to get through. With that in mind, we delve into what might be deemed half an Aniston, where our favourite… 405 more words

Aniston Of The Week

Have a TV and the time? Watch Ed Burns' Public Morals

A great new TV show reminds you of a great movie or show from the past while providing a fresh coat of paint to remind you what you are seeing is genuine. 1,387 more words

TV Review

Period TV Dramas Tap Into New York City's Vibrant Past and Present

New York City stars as itself in a distant era in a number of new TV series on tap for this year and next. Producers say that with a little legwork, a little creative thinking and some digital wizardry in post-production, it’s not hard to turn back the clock for location shoots in the five boroughs. 651 more words


Edward Burns' "Public Morals" is a kick

Edward Burns has been trying to make this story for years. A long time. The writer/director/star of TNT’s Public Morals told the tale in his book, Independent Ed. 657 more words

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‘Public Morals’ Spoilers Season 1: Episode 3

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The brand-new drama takes the emotion up a notch as the murder of Mr. O proves that relationships are, sometimes, more important than the efforts of the law. 159 more words